Press release date: 2nd March 2015
Spend this St. Patrick’s Day rediscovering the rugged beauty of the West of Ireland, on foot or by bicycle, with IrelandWays.com.
In particular, they have two routes that are just ideal for a spectacular St Patrick’s Day in the wild West of Ireland. Whether you’re a walker or a cyclist, one of these routes is perfect for you.
This route is ideal for walkers thanks to the stunning coastal paths and relaxed and peaceful country tracks. On this route walkers will discover the rich archaeological heritage of the area as well as some gorgeous beaches that are perfect for a picnic. They will also get the chance to stop for a St Patrick’s pint at Tom Crean’s pub in Annascaul.
If you’re a cyclist then this is the route for you. The Great Western Greenway follows the old railway from Westport to Achill and is the longest traffic-free, off-road, cycling trail in Ireland. This route also allows cyclists to explore Achill island’s scenic country roads and admire the amazing views of its beautiful coastal landscapes. This path is great for both beginners and families alike.
Prices start at €330pps for a 3 night short break cycling The Great Western Greenway and Achill Island. Extend your trip to 5 nights from €620pps.
Prices include: Accommodation on a half-board basis, luggage transfer from hotel to hotel and holiday pack with practical information.
Discounts apply for children. Ask the IrelandWays.com team.
Prices do not include: Flights, insurance, transport and bike rental. Offers are subject to availability.
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For more information about cycling and walking the Wild Atlantic Way and other trails in Ireland, contact our travel specialists